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Living Your Faith
     

Living Your Faith

by Charles Finney
 

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You say you are living for God, but do you enjoy living the Christian life? Have you taken hold of all the promises and privileges that are yours through faith, or are you missing out on much that God has for you? Charles Finney explains how you can be free from guilt and sin and live a life of destiny, clean and pure before the Lord. Read this book and you will:

Overview

You say you are living for God, but do you enjoy living the Christian life? Have you taken hold of all the promises and privileges that are yours through faith, or are you missing out on much that God has for you? Charles Finney explains how you can be free from guilt and sin and live a life of destiny, clean and pure before the Lord. Read this book and you will: ? Learn of the dangers of idolatry ? Discern between true and false repentance ? Discover the difference between religion and saving faith ? Begin to follow the path of true obedience ? Walk in the steps of practical Christian living ? Experience the true joy of holiness through the Holy SpiritIf your faith needs to be rekindled, this book will show you how to experience a supercharged faith! Discover a new power and joy in everything you do as you begin Living Your Faith.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781603740371
Publisher:
Whitaker House
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Born in Connecticut in 1792, Finney was nearly thirty years of age before he turned from his skepticism regarding Christianity and wholeheartedly embraced the Bible as the true Word of God. He gave up his law profession in order to spread the Gospel and soon became the most noteworthy revivalist of the nineteenth century Second Great Awakening. In 1835, upon the request of Arthur Tappan, Finney established the theology department at Oberlin Collegiate Institute (today known as Oberlin College). He served there as a professor of theology as well as pastor of Oberlin's First Congregational Church until a few years before his death. In August of 1875, Finney died in Oberlin following a heart ailment.

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